I had a plan of reviewing The Iron Man films as a trilogy. The only problem with such an approach is that, after seeing them, I started doubting if they really were a trilogy. The stitching was a bit too loose, the trilogy was coming apart at the seams. The first Iron Man film definitely works well as a stand-alone, and I think it was … Continue reading Iron Man, or why you need to be a vulnerable millionaire.
‘You say emotions are overrated. Emotions are all we’ve got.’ Mick Boyle. I visited the hotel Schatzalp in Davos yesterday. It is a truly magical place. It was built in the 1890s as a sanatorium for TB sufferers, and now, as a hotel, it has an aura of both nostalgia and luxury. It is said to be extremely similar to the hotel that inspired Thomas … Continue reading Youth